1976-D Bicentennial Quarter (MS67 or higher)

A special design featuring a Colonial drummer and a victory torch encircled by 13 stars, designed by Jack L. Ahr.

Value in High Grades (MS67 and Higher) MS67: $100 to $200 – Quarters graded MS67 are quite rare and can command significant premiums. Their value depends on factors such as luster, strike quality, and the absence of contact marks.

MS68: $1,000 to $2,000+ – Coins graded MS68 are extremely rare. Such a grade indicates a nearly perfect coin with only the slightest imperfections visible under magnification. These coins can fetch prices over $1,000, with particularly exceptional examples exceeding $2,000.

MS69 and MS70: Extremely Rare – It's exceptionally rare to find a 1976-D Bicentennial Quarter graded MS69 or MS70. If such coins exist, they would be extremely valuable, potentially worth several thousand dollars. These grades represent near-perfect coins, which are highly coveted by collectors.

Eye Appeal:  Coins with strong eye appeal, including vibrant luster and well-struck details, tend to be valued higher.

Certification: Coins graded by professional services such as PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) or NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) are more trusted by collectors, often fetching higher prices.

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